Partner Series

“WorkingNation collaborates with outside organizations and sponsors to make content and tell stories about jobs and skills in this country.”
- Joan Lynch, WorkingNation Chief Content and Programming Officer

When it comes to partners who share WorkingNation’s vision, you don’t have to look much farther than the Cognizant Foundation. The philanthropic organization is passionate about inspiring, educating and preparing people of all ages to succeed in the workforce of today and tomorrow with a strong focus on opportunities in tech for all.

Recognizing that the jobs of the future are rooted in a thriving innovation economy, Tulsa Innovation Labs – a diverse coalition of public and private partners led by George Kaiser Family Foundation – is developing a city-wide strategy that positions Tulsa as a tech hub and leader in the future of work.

CWI Labs advances bold, creative solutions that tackle the labor force obstacles confronting underserved, low-income communities. Like WorkingNation, the nonprofit partners with like-minded organizations to build a community of experts dedicated to tackling barriers to workforce equity.

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with more than 810 million members worldwide. The platform’s mission is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce

The nonprofit Opportunity@Work is on a mission to rewire the U.S. labor market so that all individuals Skilled Through Alternative Routes (STARs) can work, learn, and earn to their full potential.

Workforce Matters, a network of philanthropic organizations focused on funding workforce development programs.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is one of the 12 banks that make up the Federal Reserve System. The Atlanta Fed’s Community and Economic Development department supports the Central Bank’s mandate of stable prices and maximum employment by working to improve the economic mobility and resilience of people and places for a healthy economy. The Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers identifies best practices with a goal of transforming the workforce.

The mission of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is to strengthen the nation’s long-term competitiveness, with a focus on educating the public about issues that will help businesses and communities thrive. They mobilize the business community to be more engaged partners, challenge the status quo, and move education and workforce initiatives forward to fuel economic success.